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news. several college students -- hurt -- after a balcony suddenly collapses but first -- it's an urgent race -- to scrub down clothes and backpacks --that may have been contaminated by mercury -- at a local junior high. tonight-- federal inspectors are going into people's homes -- after that spill walter johnson junior high. 13-action news reporter -- david schuman -- is live at the school --with the latest. david. at least 8 families homes have contamination. meanwhile..inspectors also set up here at the school for 12 hours today so people could bring in anything that might have come in contact with the poisonous liquid metal. pkg school clothes, pants nats sweet daughtery didn't want to take any chances with his daughter sendra. sendra didn't touch the mercury that spilled in walter johnson junior high this week, but sweet says with this kind of
careful. 185557 sweet daughtery "it's for the safety of the kids so to me it really mattered." come for a contamination check. mercury is dangerous stuff. 153657 steve calanog, epa "children are especially sensitive because they're small. they're developing their bodies, it's growing their nervous system's continue to grow and flourish and we don't want to compromise that." the environmental protection agency inspectors in from san francisco say their biggest concern is they still don't know how the 153335 calanog "there is the possibility that there could be more mercury in a home or two." 185746 daughtery "i think the school is doing its job to make sure it's ok." 15 garbage bags are being held for further inspection out of more than 700 brought in. all school buses have been ruled safe as well. while all this is going on..classes have been cancelled
the inspectors will be here tomorrow as well to check more items for contamination. reporting live david schuman 13 action news. dozens of college students are in the hospital right now.. after a balcony collapsed at a house party in hartford, connecticut. the students attend trinity college--but it happened at off- campus housing. police say the third story balcony collapsed and brought down the 2nd and 1st floor balcony. authorities say most of the injuries consist of broken none appear to be life-threatening. right now -- police are looking for this man---22-year-old asa brown. authorities -- calling him a killer. tonight -- he 's on the run. police say -- brown shot and killed a man -- yesterday morning -- near maryland parkway -- and desert inn. investigators tell us -- the two men were arguing -- just before shots rang out. the victim died at sunrise hospital. brown -- is considered armed and dangerous. if you see him -- do not approach him.
figure out -- how a shed fire started in a north-las-vegas backyard. the flames spread to the house -- near commerce and cheyenne six seniors -- living in the home -- making it out to safety. the red cross is helping them out tonight. and just hours earlier---- a fire tore through a home -- near fort apache and wigwam. crews were able to quikcly put out the blaze. no one was injured. and tonght--the cause -- is under investigation. brothel own may have to cough up more cash -- to stay in business. some people want to increase the licensing fees -- and raise the background-check fee. right now -- brothel fees bring the county -- up to 80-thousand dollars a year. higher rates -- could add tens of thousands of dollars. the businesses -- would also have to name all financial backers -- and increase health checks for workers -- if the proposal gets the okay -- in october.. an update on a story -- you asked us to investigate. after several months -- people
complex -- finally have a working elevator. the new sign -- at the park avenue apartments -- reads -- "in service -- it jumps a little on the third floor -- don't be alarmed." the elevator stopped working in june. code enforcement opened a case -- after we made phone calls. a live look outside right now -- where the valley is bracing for some strong winds -- and cooler temperatures. 13- first-alert metoerologist -- karla huelga -- is tracking the cha a large, slow moving pacific system will bring breezy to windy conditions along with milder temps to the area starting tomorrow. the winds will be up to the breezy category tomorrow as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon with highs around 100. the man who nearly changed
tonight. john hinckley shot president ronald reagan in 1981 -- and never spent a day in prison for it. today -- he was released -- permanently -- from a mental hospital. abc's -- elizabeth hur -- has more. thirty-five years after nearly assassinating president ronald reagan, john hinckley, junior -- is a free man. hotel.
missed his heart. a shocked america was shocked again when a jury in the district of columbia found hinckley not guilty by reason of insanity. nats up frank reynolds wnt 6-22- 82: " ... disbelief- anger and bewilderment. all words that describe the reaction here and around the country ...." since then, john hinckley has been a patient at saint elizabeth's mental hospital in washington, although extensive time off the grounds, including prolonged visits home. in july. a federal judge ruled he is no longer a danger to himself or others. now sixty-one, hinckley will live with his ninety-year-old mother in a gated community on a golf course in virginia. neighbors are divided about his permanent homecoming. sot jesse mathias, williamsburg resident "... it seems that he played the system, got put away in a mental institution, now he's
mean, he's been under mental health care for decades now, so presumably they've had time to make a reasoned decision about him." hinckley's longtime lawyer -- barry levine -- said in a statement that john hinckley will be quote "a citizen about whom we can all be proud." elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. in new york -- a special memorial service -- to honor the firefighters -- who died in the september 11th attacks -- 15 years ago. lynch -- and new york mayor -- bill deblasio -- speaking at the service. saint patrick's cathedral -- packed with city officials -- firefighters -- and families of the victims. 343 firefighters -- lost their lives -- as they tried to rescue people -- trapped inside the twin towers. on the eve of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks -- president obama honors the nearly 3-thousand souls who -- murdered -- as well as the bravery of the survivors -- and
memory once more. we stand with the survivors who still bear the scars of that day. we thank the first responders who risked everything to save others. a lot has changed over these past 15 years. we've strengthened our homeland security. we've prevented attacks. we've saved lives. president obama -- pledging the u.s. will relentlessly fight terrorism from al-qaida -- and the islamic-state group. firefighters -- in dallas -- to climb a grueling 110 in full gear -- to honor the new york city fire department. each climber -- wearing a picture -- of a first responder -- who lost their lives -- trying to save people in the twin towers. officer darian hogg, waco police department (even though youre feeling pain, you know its for a good cause, and that gets you through it. we're doing this for a lot of people who can't do it) firefighters came from all around the state. in fact -- when registration for the dallas stair climb opened online -- the spots filled-up -- in less than three minutes. they changed names.
still the same. tonight -- we're going dirty dining.. and this valley restaurant -- is no stranger to this segment. woman: ok, i don't want... if you want to put on the tv, put on the the tv. darcy: but you don't want to comment? woman: ay chihuahua! find out what got this cantina shut down. plus-- "he was like i'm going to kill you guys. i'm like, i'm not going to let this guy do anything." a teenager -- saves his father's life. you won't believe what he used -- to take on a drug-crazed man police arrest the man you see
woman in new york -- while she was shopping. the 93-year-old woman says -- she had planned to use that money -- to pay her bills. she didn't know how she'd get by. here's some more good news. shortly after her story aired --the store where maria vasquez was robbed -- wrote her a check for the full amount 600 dollars -- stolen from her. an oregon teen -- springs into action to save his father's life -- after a man -- in a drug- crazed rage -- tries to kill him. the guy barges into the family's home. the dad tries to get hi but the intruder pounces -- threatening to kill him with a screw driver -- and torch. that's when the 14-year-old jumps in. "he was like i'm going to kill you guys. i'm like, i'm not going to let this guy do anything." "that's when my dad got him down to the ground. and after that, like i just looked to my right, i see the beers and i see this and i just grab the beer packs and start smashing them on his head, after that, i grab this and went bang, bang, bang." his dad was able to break free -- and call deputies.
gouge out the dad's eyes. he bites both of the father and son's hands. deputies believe -- the man was high on bath salts -- a powerful -- mind-altering drug. tonight's dirty dining headliner -- is a repeat offender. it's been -3- years since their first appearance. but records show --they're still dirty. and -- it's a place -- darcy spears -- won't soon forget. 8:16 darcy stand-up: check out what happened the last time we were at this location for dirty dining... file from march,0 19:08 woman comes at the camera with a newspaper and pushes ozkar out darcy : can i get out? you want to tell me something? i don't appreciate you guys closing me in the reno and tropicana. it was called ahogadas cancun. it's now called cantina cancun. woman: ok, i don't want... if you want to put on the tv, put on the the tv. darcy: but you don't want to comment? woman: ay chihuahua! this time...
that one's locked too. things were much more quiet 1:33 knocking - hello, is anybody in there? turns out cantina cancun is closed on tuesdays. that's their choice, but on august 26, they were forced to shut down after health inspectors gave them 42 demerits. forty-two is enough to shut a place down on demerits alone. but cantina cancun added the imminent health hazard of no hot water. they also had live roaches. 4:05 on phone: hi this is have i reached someone with cantina cancun? the caller disconnected and it went to voicemail when i called back. i spoke to someone again later and left more messages, but never got any answers. health inspectors found expired food, including multiple seafood items, cheese and beans that should have been tossed more than a week before the inspection. but it was all still sitting in the fridge.
because of unsafe temperatures. utensils that hadn't been washed since the day before. and the stove had excessive build-up. the person in charge couldn't tell the inspector the last time it was cleaned. /nat transition/ of the four imminent health hazard closures, the grossest pictures came from the food truck that serves as the pool snack bar at the plaza hotel casino. it was shut down for lack of adequate refrigeration. just about every food in the facility was at an unsafe temperature. plus, inspectors found multiple foods with "severe signs of sp made with feta cheese and cucumber at the top of the menu. but cucumbers on the truck were discolored, spotted with mold and squishy. and their large container of feta cheese had expired in february. the oscar burger comes topped with arugula, but that was wilted, brown and deteriorating. /nat/ another food truck--joseph's express care catering--also known as el borotazo tortas ahogadas--was also shut down for lack of adequate refrigeration. /nat/ urban turban - a seasonal
separate health hazards. their power kept going out. they had no hot water. refrigeration wasn't adequate and employees had no properly working sink to wash their hands. /nat/ last on the list, supreme lobster--a seafood distributor on polaris and ponderosa--was shut down for no hot water. they were processing fish in the midst of this imminent there was also a soiled mesh scrubber in the shellfish cutting room, peeling ceiling tiles in the fish processing room, and beams at the lobster tanks were in severe disrepair with chipping paint and disintegrating wood. darcy tag: cantina cancun grill is back to an a grade. all the places that were closed have reopened with a grades as well. darcy spears, 13 action news. a major cleanup in central
twisters -- last night -- severely damaging at least two homes -- tearing off roofs -- and bling out windows. incredibly -- no injuries reported. a large, slow moving pacific system will bring breezy to windy conditions along with milder temps to the area starting tomorrow. the winds will be up to the breezy category tomorrow as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon with highs around 100. to 35 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the mid 90's. expect mainly sunny skies sunday and monday then partly cloudy on tuesday and wednesday as the system pushes through the area. it looks like tuesday will be the windiest day with gusts to about 40 mph. highs will top out around 90 tuesday through friday. the winds will be down to breezy by wednesday afternoon as the system starts to push out of the area. expect mainly sunny skies thursday through next saturday.
starting tomorrow. the winds will be up to the breezy category tomorrow as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon with highs around 100. windier conditions with gusts to 35 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the mid 90's. expect mainly sunny skies sunday and monday then partly cloudy on tuesday and wednesday as the system pushes through the area. the windiest day with gusts to about 40 mph. highs will top out around 90 tuesday through friday. the winds will be down to breezy by wednesday afternoon as the system starts to push out of the area. expect mainly sunny skies thursday through next saturday. also, by saturday high temps will warm by a few degrees. starting tomorrow. the winds will be up to the
system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon with highs around 100. windier conditions with gusts to 35 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the mid 90's. expect mainly sunny skies sunday and monday then partly cloudy on tuesday and wednesday as the system pushes through the area. it looks like tuesday will be the windiest day with gusts to about 40 mph. highs will top out around 90 tuesday through friday. the winds will be down to breezy by wednesday aft out of the area. expect mainly sunny skies thursday through next saturday. also, by saturday high temps will warm by a few degrees. the state of florida is suing a company for thousands -- starting tomorrow. the winds will be up to the breezy category tomorrow as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 30 mph tomorrow afternoon with highs around 100.
and we will see highs in the mid 90's. expect mainly sunny skies sunday and monday then partly prevented that horrific nightclub shooting in orlando. and later -- a texas mattress store -- shut down. they get a barrage of death threats -- after a controversial -- online ad. we'll explain why -- we may have seen the last of this company.
bomb in her car. fortunately -- they're all safe now. police say -- whoever built the bomb -- knew what he was doing woman and facility. "we are extremely grateful the bomb did not detonate when she opened that car door. if it had, the results would have been tragic-for her and possibly residents inside this
of interest -- who had some kind of relationship with the woman in the past. authorities say -- he has a violent history and extensive knowledge of bomb making and weapons. new details -- on that horrific shooting -- inside a gay night club in orlando. florida is now suing the security company -- that employed the shooter. the state wants more than 150- thousand dollars. the suit -- says g-s-4 -- falsely listed y testing information on forms -- that allowed employees to carry guns. investigators say -- the company listed the wrong psychologist's name -- on more than 15-hundred forms -- inlcuding paperwork for the gunman -- omar mateen . 49 people were killed -- before police shot and killed mateen -- back in june. talk about really bad -- and offensive idea. a texas mattress store -- closes -- after an online ad -- promoting a 9-11 anniversary sale -- sparks outrage.
--in san antonio featured a woman screaming-- as two towers of mattresses topple. the owner says -- the store "will be closed indefinitely" -- and says the ad was produced without his knowledge -- by his employees right now --the state department is issuing a travel warning -- ahead of tomorrow's 15th anniversary -- of the september 11th attacks. the department says -- terror groups continue to plan attacks in several regions. worldwide -- remain at a "heightened state of alert." in new york city -- police are stepping up security-- bringing out bomb-sniffing dogs -- counter terrorism units -- and even radiation detectors. governor brian sandoval -- is ordering all flags in nevada -- to be lowered to half-staff tomorrow. they'll stay that way -- from sunrise to sunset -- in recognition of patriot day -- and national day of service and
tomorrow -- to honor the men and women who serve our nation. two young girls -- accused of stabbing their best friend -- to please the fictitious horror-character -- slender man. tonight-- the lawyers for one of the girls says -- she's giving up on a fight -- that's lasted nearly two years. an update -- in a bizarre stabbing. danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag.
her case to juvenile court. it's a fight that has been going on -- since weier -- was taken into custody -- with her friend morgan geyser -- back in 20-14. both girls -- are facing one count of attempted homicide -- as adults. police say -- they lured their friend into the woods -- and repeatedly stabbed her. all three girls were just 12 at the time. she is the nurse seen -- kising a sailor -- in the iconic photo -- marking the end of world-war two. greta friedman - p -- at age 92 -- in richmond, virginia friedman wasn't identified as the nurse in the black and white photo -- until 19-80. cnn spoke with the sailor -- last year -- about the moment. 110-119 we get into times square... i went and igrabbed her. george mendosa revealed -- his wife was actually in the background of the photo. he says -- he kissed friedman -- because he was grateful to all
washington with the latest. as they hit the home stretch, the candidates' tough talk is turning more extreme -- sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "she could walk into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching right smack in the middle of the heart and she wouldn't be prosecuted okay." donald trump in pensacola friday night? then, hillary clinton at fundraiser in new york, dishing out this - - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "to be grossly generalistic - you can put half of trump supporters into what i call 'the basket of deplorables,' right? racist, sexist, homophobit, xenophobic, islamophobic, you name it." the outrage from the trump camp was quick - the republican nominee tweeting saturday morning: "wow, hillary clinton was so insulting to my supporters, millions of amazing, hard working people. i think it will cost her at the polls!" the clinton campaign tried to clarify.
who've advocated hateful views. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "that other basket of people - are people who feel the government has let them down. the economy has let them down. // they don't believe everything he says." trump's running mate - mike pence - responded... sot - gov. mike pence / (r) vice- presidential nominee "they are not a basket of anything - they are americans and they deserve 'half' -- that was wrong"... bigotry and racist rhetoric" the race heating up with election day less than two months away. devin dwyer, abc news, washington. 24- people are dead tonight--after a boiler explodes -- sparking a fire -- at a factory in banglasdesh. the flames spread quickly -- because of flammable chemicals inside. it took nearly 5 hours -- to bring the blaze under control. no word on what caused the
headed to prison ackquille pollard -- who performs under the name bobby shmurda -- pleads guilty to illegal-weapons charges. under the plea deal -- he's required to serve a minimum of 7 years. pollard is best known for the hit song -- hot boy." he also put out a music video -- popularizing -- the shmoney dance. the florida teen -- who made national headlines -- after posing as a doctor -- faces more fraud charges. 19-year-old malachi love- virginia car dealership -- after attempting to buy a car. employees say -- the teen brought a 73-year-old woman with him -- as a co- signer. he also claimed to be the vice president of a company -- while earning 140-thousand dollars a year. love-robinson -- is charged with three counts of fraud. honroing our our nation's military -- and first responders. nellis-creech military- appreciation day -- today -- at craig ranch regional park. it recognizes the sacrifices -- and dedication of all men and